The US public overwhelming opposes extended duty hour shifts for resident physicians (ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=...). Whether they are right or wrong in their fears remains to be seen. However, I am not aware of an ethical framework that allows researchers to ignore patient beliefs and preferences when designing clinical research. Could you please help me understand the ethical argument that justifies giving patients a greater dose of something they do not want?
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